Links to Children's Rights
Expressive Arts enables children to experience their rights. These include their human rights to freedom of expression and participation (Articles 12 and 13 of the UNCRC), their rights to cultural participation (Articles 15 and 31 of the UNCRC) and their right to their own identity (Articles 2, 7 and 30 of the UNCRC).
What Matters in Expressive Arts
Progression in Expressive Arts
What does Expressive Arts look like in Ty Isaf Infants
Music - Music includes performing, improvising and composing, listening and appreciation
Dance - Dance includes performing, choreography and appreciation across a range of styles.
Art - Art includes the experimentation and development of an almost limitless range of resources, materials, techniques and processes across all types of art, craft and design to produce a range of outcomes and to demonstrate a personal and creative response.
Drama - Drama includes acting, directing, design, technical theatre and arts administration.
Film & Digital Media - Film and digital media includes television, film, radio, games design, photography, live events and theatrical production skills, print media, social media, sound and audio production.